We know that parents in economically depressed communities are busy trying to pay bills and keep food on the table. Teachers and administrators are busy trying to care for large groups of young people while understanding individual behavior. These challenges bring tremendous emotional stress. When stressful situations happen, many people feel alone in their struggles.
Through TEA Group conversations, people start to connect their experiences with each other and find support within their own communities.
Together, all members of a community can revitalize their schools and neighborhoods to be supportive, thriving, and healing spaces.
What matters to you matters to us.
The TEA Group Mission
From empty places to healing spaces.
We use a conversation framework to build community trust. Our theory of change turns people’s unique experiences into driving forces for positive change within communities.
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Our workshops spark authentic conversation.
We support you to be a positive force for difference making in your own community.
A Series of Conversations
We bring people together to talk about what’s happening in their lives and why it matters to the whole community or institution.
Instead of bringing an outside agenda, we cultivate conversations around the needs and interests of the community. Our conversational workshops set up a framework for honest, healing dialogue to ultimately ignite positive change within a community.
Workshops are designed to create conversation around specific topics relevant to community members, parents, and teachers. Most workshops are structured in a 3-6 part series. Topics include:
Restorative Practices - How can we restore harmony and understanding in community or between individuals?
Trauma - What kind of trauma has occurred, and how can we heal the negative effects caused by trauma?
Advocacy - How can parents and teachers advocate for their students, and how can kids advocate for themselves?
Gifting - What gifts does my child have, and how can I cultivate those gifts to energize their learning?
Join the conversation on Facebook
Our closed Facebook group is a free, 24/7 support group made up of individuals just like you.
In our Facebook conversation group, you’ll find a support network of other parents, teachers, and human service professionals. You can ask questions and share your experiences with other people who care about the same things you do.